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    I'm just glad this cold snap and snow tomorrow isn't going to develop into much and warm air right behind it
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    Thanks guys for taking a shot and letting us know.

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    Good try Jim. Rick is dedicated.
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    definitely a worthy effort. Thanks for the report...

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    Thanks for the report. Thinks can warm up quickly down there.

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    There are flounder in the bays. They just don't have much need for food until it warms up. Back when they use to dredge clams in the seaside bays, they would catch flounder all winter long, but particularly in March. We're gonna try this weekend in Chincoteague no matter what. I'll give it at least two beers worth, then go do something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    There are flounder in the bays. They just don't have much need for food until it warms up. Back when they use to dredge clams in the seaside bays, they would catch flounder all winter long, but particularly in March. We're gonna try this weekend in Chincoteague no matter what. I'll give it at least two beers worth, then go do something else.
    Exactly what Jim was telling me while we were fishing.

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